|Round about Piccadilly and Pall Mall; or, A ramble from Haymarket to Hyde Park - Wheatley, Henry Benjamin, 1838-1917|
Keywords: Pall Mall (London, England); Piccadilly (London, England)
|Cigarette Commercials Pall Mall|
Cigarette Commercials Pall Mall
Keywords: Cigarette Commercials; Classic TV; Pall Mall
|Round about Piccadilly and Pall Mall; or, A ramble from Haymarket to Hyde Park. Consisting of a retrospect of the various changes that have occurred in the court end of London - Wheatley, Henry Benjamin, 1838-1917|
Keywords: London (England) -- Streets Piccadilly; London (England) -- Streets Pall Mall
|1954 Commercial for Pall Mall cigarettes|
A 1954 commercial for Pall Mall cigarettes.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Pall Mall; Causes Cancer; Tobacco; Cigarette; Cigarettes
|ArtChatPodcast 063 - Steve Harlow, Ruth Parson, Mary Burns,|
Recorded: December 31, 2012 Participants: Steve Harlow, Ruth Parson, Mary Burns. Mary had just listened to a Kurt Vonnegut interview from 2003 on the CBC radio show, "The Current". She thought he sounded depressed, although he showed some humor. The interview couldn't keep up. Vonnegut says he's suing Pall Mall cigarettes because he's eighty three and he hadn't died yet, despite their promise. At the end of the interview, he signed off with, "Jump in a lake." Steve says the last interview he saw...
Keywords: CBC, The Current, Pall Mall, cigarettes, Kurt Vonnegut, Ghost Dance, MOMA, Frank Gehry, 3D modeling, Second Life, architect, architecture, Bruce Eriksen, Barack Obama, white supremacist, Harper, aboriginal, Chief Theresa Spence, Idle No More, historical novel, Chicago, NaNoWriMo, Scrivener, re-write, production goals, Collaborative paintings, William Morehouse, copy editor, Fifty Shades of Grey, Shinny's Girls, trilogy, Flashing Yellow, Proust, French novel, Gabriel, The Sisters Brothers, Patrick deWitt, psychopath, California, Gold Rush, storytelling, Old West, halocaust, Native People, Tarintino, American culture, political majority, American Exceptionalism, cultural arts, gun control, gun ownership, Federal Government, mass media, movies, paintings, literature, detective stories, sex, Boardwalk Empire, fiction, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Deadwood, Dangerous Dayz, murder, Violence, art, Art Chats